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    PV of the interest tax shields, gains from using leverage

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    1) If a firm has $7.4 million in debt, $22.4 million in equity, a tax rate of 34%, and pays 6% interest on debt, what is the firm's PV of the interest tax shields?

    a. $444,000
    b. $150,960
    c. $15 million
    d. $2.516 million
    e. $456,960

    2) What do you need to know to calculate the gains from using leverage for individual companies?

    a. tax rate on corporate profits
    b. market value of a firm's outstanding debt
    c. personal tax rate on income from debt
    d. personal tax rate on income from stock
    e. all of the above

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    1) If a firm has $7.4 million in debt, $22.4 million in equity, a tax rate of 34%, and pays 6% interest on debt, what is the firm's PV of the interest tax shields?

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